William Lee Golden’s artwork at Tennessee State Museum~

The Oak Ridge Boys’ William Lee Golden has only been painting for eight years, but he has already found great success. As part of this week’s CMA Music Festival, his paintings went on display at the Tennessee State Museum. A slew of guests came out Tuesday night in support of the artist. The Oak Ridge Boys even took the stage to perform a few songs for guests.

Among the 23 original pieces hanging at the museum is one of his most famous, Bush Garden, which is on loan from the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum where it recently became part of a permanent collection. Watch my story from the exhibit above. If you don’t see the video click the headline of this blog entry.

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